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Introduction to Woodworking - CBMK 108

Course Description

In this Introduction to Woodworking course, you will learn about the characteristics of wood and how grain structure affects the way things are made.  You will also learn how to safely and properly use woodworking machinery to process rough lumber into a finished product. 

Additional topics covered include the appropriate types of wood and finishes to use on projects which may come into contact with food, how to incorporate sliding lid joinery into your projects and how to use jigs and component layout to build unique projects.

Possible projects completed in this course may include:

  • Cheeseboard
  • Cutting board
  • Dovetailed box
  • Deck chair

You are not required to obtain the certificate and may take individual courses of interest.

CBMK 108 Introduction to Woodworking must be completed prior to registering in CBMK 109, CBMK 111 or CBMK 112.

 

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$599 Domestic students

$599 International students

*Fees subject to change

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